This is the WWTW TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Memphis Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|2:05 AM||The Flaming Urge |
The stranger in town is suspected of being an arsonist. Harold Lloyd Jr., Cathy Downs.
|3:14 AM||One Step Beyond |
A collection of paranormal tales, including ghosts, psychic phenomena and alien abductions.
|3:39 AM||Rocketship X-M |
Headed for the moon, it lands on Mars instead. Lloyd Bridges, Osa Massen, John Emery, Noah Beery Jr., Hugh O'Brian, Morris Ankrum.
|4:57 AM||Ramar of the Jungle |
Dr. Tom Reynolds, whom the locals call `Ramar,' heads a jungle-research facility in a lighthearted adventure geared toward kids.
|5:25 AM||Where the West Begins |
|6:21 AM||Diver Dan |
|6:29 AM||Nasa Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite Edu |
|6:48 AM||Alice's Egg Plant |
A 1925 Disney short about a rooster who organizes a labor force of chickens.
|6:56 AM||Our Community |
|7:08 AM||The Censored Jungle Jitters |
|7:16 AM||Seasonal Changes in Trees |
|7:28 AM||Alice's Tin Pony |
A blend of live action and animation in which a girl and her cat attempt to foil train robbers.
|7:36 AM||The Adventures of Robin Hood |
The exploits of Sherwood Forest's straight arrow and his Merry Men in 12th-century England.
|8:01 AM||The Cisco Kid |
A derelict needs help when his daughter comes West. Duncan Renaldo, Leo Carrillo.
|8:28 AM||The City |
Cops pursue a youth bent on murder. Robert Forster, Don Johnson, Mark Hamill, Jimmy Dean, Ward Costello, Paul Cavonis.
|9:00 AM||The Adventures of Sir Lancelot |
Chivalry, sword fights, jousting and, of course, damsels in distress mark these adventures from Merry Olde England involving King Arthur's noblest knight of the Round Table.
|9:26 AM||Annie Oakley |
A popular 1950s series geared to children, Annie was the medium's first female Western star, a pigtailed sharpshooter in the town of Diablo.
|9:55 AM||The Borrowers |
About little people living under a house. Eddie Albert, Tammy Grimes, Dame Judith Anderson, Karen Pearson.
|11:17 AM||The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet |
TV's longest-running live-action comedy was the brainchild of lawyer-turned-bandleader Ozzie Nelson and began on the radio in 1944.
|11:42 AM||Homespun Edu |
|11:59 AM||Life of Riley Gleason |
|12:25 PM||The Idaho Kid |
A Rex Bell oater, in which he plays a cowpoke involved in a water-rights feud. Lafe (Lafayette) McKee, Earl Dwire, Marion Schilling.
|1:26 PM||The Lucy Show |
The TV icon plays a widow living with best bud Vivian and their kids while she works as a secretary for long-suffering banker Mr. Mooney. Five years after `I Love Lucy,' and without Desi, Ball scored another hit series that showcased her gift for physical comedy and her chemistry with old cohort Vivian Vance (who left after the third season). After undergoing a format change in 1968, it was retitled `Here's Lucy.'
|1:54 PM||I Married Joan |
Gifted comedian Joan Davis played the wife of a domestic court judge who regaled couples in his courtroom with tales of his experiences at home.
|2:23 PM||Love in High Gear |
The theft of a pearl necklace interrupts a honeymoon. Harrison Ford, Alberta Vaughn, Tyrell Davis.
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